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  1. Just five months ago, Kevin 'ImaLuckSac' MacPhee was just another player chasing his first World Series of Poker bracelet. He changed that this summer when he won his first bracelet in Las Vegas and Saturday in Berlin he won his second bracelet of the year, winning the WSOP Europe Main Event and €883,000 ($972,879 US). "It was a goal of mine just to win one bracelet," MacPhee said. "Having two in the same year feels pretty unreal. I'm not the greatest mixed-game player. I'm more of a no-limit tournament specialist. So it's very difficult for me to win two in a year." MacPhee started the six-handed final table with a commanding chip lead and other than a brief spell during heads-up play with David Lopez, he held control the entire night. The first two hours of the final table could fairly be described as a bloodbath. In a 45-minute span, four players were eliminated, leaving MacPhee and Lopez to play for the bracelet. Lopez kicked things into high gear by eliminating Felix Bleiker in sixth place. Just eight minutes later, MacPhee eliminated Kilian Kramer. MacPhee then cut short Andrew 'luckychewy' Lichtenberger's pursuit of his first bracelet when he was eliminated in fourth. When three-handed play began MacPhee was still in control, holding 6,300,000 of the 9,390,000 chips in play. Despite his impressive chip lead, MacPhee wasn't involved in the next elimination. Lopez raised to 90,000 from the button, MacPhee folded his small blind, and JC PrtyPsux Alvarado moved all-in for 595,000 from the big blind. Lopez called and tabled Ac Qs, but found himself behind Alvarado's Ad Kh. The flop came Ah 4c 2d to give both players top pair. The 6h was a safe card for Alvarado's double-up hopes, but the Qc river gave Lopez top two pair and sent Alvarado out in third place. While the first four eliminations came rather quickly, the final one took much longer. MacPhee maintained his lead for the first two hours before Lopez climbed his way to the top. It didn't take long for MacPhee to regain control one final time. On the final hand of the night, MacPhee raised to 140,000 before Lopez three-bet to 435,000. MacPhee announced he was all-in and Lopez quickly called and tabled Kc Kh. MacPhee flipped over Ad 4d. The flop came 7c 5h 2h to give MacPhee a gutshot straight draw. The 3c on the turn made MacPhee's wheel to wrap up the hand. The meaningless river was the Js. Final Table Payouts Kevin MacPhee - €883,000 David Lopez - €475,000 JC Alvarado - €315,000 Andrew Lichtenberger - €225,000 Kilian Kramer - €175,000 Felix Bleiker - €130,000
  2. Every week The PocketFives Milestone Report looks at the online poker players who are achieving career-best achievement or reaching new heights in the rankings Russia's 'hellohellohello' Passes $5,000,000 Mark When Russia's 'hellohellohello' finished runner-up in the partypoker $2,600 Super High Roller on October 8, he probably felt a bit of disappointment that he didn't finish on top. He can, however, take some comfort in knowing that the $38,232.36 he earned for that performance was enough to make him the 88th player in history to hit $5,000,000 in lifetime online earnings. He joins 'veeea', 'MAMOHT_T', Maxim 'decay' Lykov and 'NoPlanB' as the fifth Russian to hit that milestone. As a testament to the volume he plays, 'hellohellohello' has only ever had one six-figure cash - a $104,100 payday for a ninth place finish in the 2015 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker Main Event. Canada's 'ZLucky93' joined the $2 million earnings club while three more players; 'shrekpoker91', 'the_real_lissi stinkt', and 'Duraircwb', passed $1 million in lifetime earnings. There are now 1,723 PocketFives members with at least $1 million in earnings. Three Players Crack Top 100 for First Time Before you get to be the #1-ranked online poker player in the world, you've got to first be in the top 100. Three players took a step toward the top spot this week, cracking the top 100 for the first time in their careers. Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot collected 772.57 PocketFives Leaderboard points this past week to jump from #113 to #86. Gary 'quiditbear' Hasson jumped from #102 to #96 while 'Trans4m' went from #106 to #97. Other Players Hitting Career-High Rankings This Week David 'davaman' Lopez from #44 to #42 Mikensonas from #60 to #55 Raphael 'tiarc' Wimmer from #69 to #65 imlucknuts from #92 to #84

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